3X the Oil! Garnier~

So today I’m just gonna talk about the Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Oil.

I got it a while ago when I was a part of a bzz campaign for it. At first I was iffy about it. But since it was the winter, I usually don’t get as try. And I didn’t enjoy it on my hair too much? But since I stated in my last post that I will be using only 1 hair product every time I wash my hair (currently I’m using the Ouidad Volumizing Styling Spray), maybe another time.

Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil

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S.E.A. Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa

Hello! I’ve been sitting on these photos for a couple weeks now, haha. This heat makes me so lazy @___@

I haven’t been to Sentosa in almost ten years (maybe more? I can’t even remember), and I was pretty shocked at how much it’s changed. They’ve really built it up and there’s so much to see now! For example, Sentosa is home to what is currently the world’s largest aquarium. There actually aren’t too many displays, but what they do have is gigantic and filled to the brim with all sorts of watery goodness. I love aquariums, they don’t inspire as much guilt as zoos do for some reason 😛

The entryway is a tunnel through one of their displays, with a whole bunch of manta rays! Those are my brothers on the left 😛
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Woes of a Natural Curly Asian

Oh my god. The weather in New York has been INSANE. We are under a “heat advisory” recently but honestly… I. Am. Melting. Even at work, the AC is broken and I curse my (assistant) managers whenever they feel the need to leave the door open because the store isn’t getting enough business. But enough cries of the lowly retail drone! Let me dig into how my hair is not that of a typical asian. No instead of straight hair, I have naturally  curly/wavy hair.

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Etude House and Sasa


I went to VivoCity, Singapore’s largest shopping mall, the other day. oh maaaaan this place is huge. I wish I had taken a few pictures, but it’s the weekend, so it was pretty crowded. Plus I was only given an hour to run around before I had to meet up with my family, since they have no way of reaching me. (one hour in the country’s largest retail center are you kidding meeeeeee) I wasn’t too interested in brands and stores that can easily be found in the States, but it’s the middle of The Great Singapore Sale (like two months of Black Friday, but without the trampling and the waking up at 3am and the long lines), and I am finding it difficult to just walk past all these 70% off signs 😛 I stopped by the Etude House booth, as well as the Sasa store, and left feeling extremely glad the Singaporean dollar is worth a little less than the US one at the moment, hahahah.
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